Harmony Museum

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The mission of Historic Harmony Inc., a nonprofit [501(c)(3)] organization founded in 1943, is to preserve and promote public knowledge of the Harmony area’s history and heritage through its Harmony Museum collections and outreach activities, foster tourism in southwestern Butler County in cooperation with other organizations and agencies, and encourage preservation of historical resources in support of educational, quality of life, economic development and associated community objectives. We strive to preserve the history of Harmony and the surrounding communities and to educate the public.

About Harmony Museum

Historic Harmony, Inc. was founded in 1943 and operates the Harmony Museum, which interprets 250 years of rich history. We have presentations that include George Washington’s 1753 mission, Harmonists, Mennonites, and the Ball Collection of outstanding sporting rifles by 19th century Harmony gunsmith Charles Flowers. Its nine properties include the 1809 main museum building as well as the Harmony Society cemetery and Mennonite meetinghouse and cemetery. The Historic Harmony Inc. office is located in the main Museum building at 218 Mercer St., Harmony, PA. 16037 and the office is open Tues through Friday from 1 pm to 4 pm.